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  • Summary: Josh Fox's sequel to his 2010 Academy Award nominated documentary about fracking.
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  1. Reviewed by: Mark Olsen
    Jun 27, 2013
    80
    With continued arguments and legislation over fracking, this follow-up seems inevitable and necessary.
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  1. MJT
    Jan 12, 2014
    10
    This film is a must see. I'm an investor and I pay a lot of attention to the oil and gas industry. I now realize we aren't getting the fullThis film is a must see. I'm an investor and I pay a lot of attention to the oil and gas industry. I now realize we aren't getting the full story from the industry and the media. I would highly recommend watching the film and starting your own research into the topic because one day very soon we will all look back and wish we had made an effort to protect our landscapes and drinking water. I did not realize how dangerous and intrusive this form of drilling is. One of the experts featured in the film, Anthony Ingraffea, is part of an organization called Physicians Scientists and Engineers for Healthy Energy. He has wide experience working in the industry and he is truly alarmed by what is going on. The film raises a lot of questions about the safety of fracking and extracting shale gas and is a great introduction to the topic. I guarantee you will not be bored, but you may have nightmares. Let's hope we wake up before they become real. Expand